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The Technical Advisory Group (TAG) for water use has been working diligently to develop the guidelines on water footprinting for livestock supply chains. The mandate of the TAG was to i) provide recommendations to monitor the environmental performance of feed...

Soil carbon storage is a vital ecosystem service, resulting from interactions of ecological processes. Livestock supply chains can strongly affect these processes leading to carbon loss for example through land-use change or improvement of soil carbon storage, which reduces the...

Within the framework of LEAP Partnership, the Brazilian Ministry of the Environment is organizing a workshop on the Biodiversity and Livestock Interface, from 21 to22 May 2018 in Brasilia, Brazil.

Biodiversity is an extremely important resource for Brazil, the country is...

Multi-stakeholder partnerships are necessary to build a common understanding of highly-debated technical issues so policy dialogue can progress. Multi-stakeholder partnerships enable dissemination and deploy effective and efficient solutions. The Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership builds consensus on technical...

LEAP Partnership is pleased to announce six new partners in the partnership. LEAP Partnership officially welcomes in the government cluster: Brazil, Costa Rica, Kenya, and Uruguay and in international organizations and national agencies: the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) and...

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